At Hazelcast we build open-source software for building distributed systems and data-intensive applications. Here we share some of the stuff we are currently building and anything else that we find interesting.
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When your application starts slowing down, the reason is probably a bottleneck somewhere in the execution chain. Sometimes, this bottleneck is due to a bug. Sometimes, somebody didn’t set up the optimal configuration. And sometimes, the process of fetching the data is the bottleneck. One option would be to change your whole architecture. Before moving […]
We are happy to announce Hazelcast Cloud CLI (hzcloud) to provide full automation for your Hazelcast clusters and related operations. We all believe in the power of automation and if you already have Hazelcast within your pipeline, you can insert the missing piece by using hzcloud. To try examples here, you can create a Hazelcast […]
You want to build a Kubernetes Operator for your software. Which tool to choose from? Operator SDK with Helm, Ansible, or Go? Or maybe start from scratch with Python, Java, or any other programming language? In this blog post, I discuss different approaches to writing Kubernetes Operators and list each solution’s pros and cons. All […]
Hazelcast is built on open source foundations. It’s part of our DNA, and we strive to uphold open source values in our day-to-day work. This commitment allows external contributors to make Hazelcast better so that the whole community can benefit from a collective effort. No contribution is too small, but, indeed, some of our community […]
As you may already know, the Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid (IMDG) ecosystem includes a variety of clients for different languages and runtimes, which includes Node.js client library as a part of that list. You can use Hazelcast clients in various cases, including, but not limited to the following: Building a multi-layer cache for your applications […]
We are excited to announce the production-ready release of Hazelcast IMDG 4.1. Below, we highlight the most notable features and enhancements implemented in this release. You can find the list of changes in the release notes. Before we dive into the details, we want to share a few numbers: It took exactly 9 months since the […]
Today we’re releasing Hazelcast Jet 4.3, our fourth release of 2020! We took part in Google Summer of Code that ended just a few weeks ago, and this release already brings a production-ready piece of work by our student, Mohamed Mandouh: distributed in-memory sorting. Mohamed’s primary focus was research into the feasibility of integrating RocksDB […]
Hazelcast Node.js client 4.0 is now available! Let’s see what are the main changes in this new release. Hazelcast Client Protocol 2.0 Node.js client now uses Hazelcast Open Binary Client Protocol 2.0, which has a number of enhancements and serialization improvements when compared with 1.x. For the end-user, it means that the client now supports […]
At Hazelcast, open source is not only a business model; it’s the foundation of our company. We believe in the right of users to access, read, and improve upon our work. Because we know that it’s not easy to get started in open source in general, especially within a specific project, we participated in this […]
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